ABC’s of Art Part 3

I’m continuing my ABC’s of Art. Today we start with M. M is for marbling. I was obsessed with this technique awhile back. Check out all of my posts on ths fun technique HERE. N is for Nature – printed leaves from foam stamp on ice dyed background. Here is the tutorial. O is for…

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Flour Resist Revisited

It’s been two years since I played with flour resist. With all of the sun and heat, I thought this would be the perfect time to revisit this technique. If you’d like to read the 2018 tutorial, you can find it HERE.

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Playing with Napkins

Years ago I was in a group where we exchanged napkins to use in our art. I never did anything with them. So as I was cleaning up my studio recently, and found them and some other papers in a box, I thought I’d see what I could come do with them.

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Making small art

I’ve been working on greeting cards lately. These are a bit different from the other ones I’ve shown you.

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How to: Painting Cheesecloth

I’ve been seeing a lot of art using cheesecloth lately, so I finally had to give it a try. However, before creating anything with this fabric I need to paint it.

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Reverse Applique with four fabrics

I really love reverse applique. You can check out my tutorial here. However, I was only using a top and bottom fabric. Today I’m sewing reverse applique with four fabrics.

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Best of 2019 Tutorials

Another year has flown by, and it’s time to list my best of 2019 tutorials. In case you missed any of them, I’ve included links to tutorials above the pictures. You also can find all of my tutorials under the Tutorials tab at the top of this page.

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Easiest Grocery Totes

I’ve been looking for ways to use some of my old ice dyed fabric, but these easiest grocery totes can also be made out of recycled jeans or other fabrics. All you need is the following: Outside fabric – 18 x 36 inches, or if you want to use two fabrics as I did in…

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